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Lindy Duncan
Courtesy: Parker Waters
Lindy Duncan
Women's Golf Leads by 11 at ACC Championship
Tuesday 04/20/2013  -  Duke Sports Information
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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Looking for its second straight and 18th overall ACC Championship, the third-ranked Duke women’s golf team holds an 11-shot lead with 18 holes remaining at the 6,210-yard, Par 71 Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C.  Duke has carded a 36-hole total of 585 and leads by 11 strokes over N.C. State (596).

As a team, Duke (585) has totaled rounds of 293 and 292.  Rounding out the field is N.C. State (596), Virginia (600), Florida State (609), Wake Forest (614), North Carolina (617), Miami (618), Boston College (625) and Maryland (632).  

“It was one of those days when you end up with the lead and you feel pretty good about it,” commented Duke head coach Dan Brooks.  “However, it didn’t feel like a low score type day, but when you look up at the board and see your scores, you know you’ve had a pretty good afternoon.”

Birdies were hard to come by once again on Saturday as the Blue Devils fended off a cool breeze and challenging greens as Duke posted only two birdies over the first nine holes, while finishing with eight for the day.  Over the first two rounds of the championship, Duke has carded 14 birdies.  

Duke features three golfers in the top five of the individual leaderboard with Lindy Duncan (2nd), Celine Boutier (T5) and Laetitia Beck (T5).  Holding the individual lead for the second straight day is Virginia’s Brittany Altomare with a one-under-par, 141.  Duncan, Duke’s reigning NCAA Player of the Year, enters the final round just three shots off the lead as she is looking for her second straight ACC Individual title.

A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Duncan opened her day with a par before suffering two straight birdies to fall to two-over par.  She then carded 11 consecutive pars before heading to the par five 15th.  Duncan rolled in her first birdie of the day on No. 15 and then posted another birdie on No. 18 to close the day at even-par 71.  She is tied for second overall with a 144.  Duncan hit 14 greens, nine fairways and had 32 putts on the day.  

Beck, a junior from Caesarea, Israel, had an eventful front nine with four pars, one birdie and four bogeys to make the turn with a three-over-par, 38.  She finished the day firing a one-under-par, 35, on the back nine as she drained a birdie on No. 15 for the second consecutive day.  Beck is tied for fifth with a two-day total of 147.  

Boutier collected a par on the first hole to start her day, but totaled back-to-back bogeys on No. 2 and No. 3 to fall to two-over-par.  A native of Montrouge, France, Boutier collected seven consecutive pars before getting a stroke back on the 385-yard, par four 11th hole with a birdie.  She suffered bogeys on No. 14 and No. 15, but closed with a birdie on No. 18 to finish the day with a 73.  Boutier has totaled rounds of 74 and 73 for a total of 147, which is tied for fifth.

After carding a one-over-par, 72, on day one, junior Alejandra Cangrejo posted a 77 on Saturday and is now tied for 10th with a 149.  On the front nine, Cangrejo had a double-bogey on No. 2 and a bogey on No. 9 but had seven pars to go with those two scores.  She had four bogeys and a birdie on No. 15 to finish the day with a 77.  

Senior Courtney Ellenbogen carded a four-over-par, 75, on Saturday and owns a two-day total of 157, which is tied for 30th.  A product of Blacksburg, Va., Ellenbogen posted pars on the first two holes before suffering three straight bogeys from No. 3-5 to drop to three-over-par.  She closed the front nine with four consecutive pars to make the turn with a 38.  On the back nine, Ellenbogen had a bogey on the 382-yard, par four 10th before finishing the day with eight straight pars to finish with a 75.  

Duke will tee off on Sunday in the final round along with Virginia and N.C. State beginning at 10:10 a.m., off hole No. 1.  Fans can follow the action with live video at www.theacc.com along with live stats.  The live video will begin at 12:30 p.m.

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Duke Results
5 2 Lindy Duncan Duke 73 71 144 +2
T6 T5 Celine Boutier Duke 74 73 147 +5
T6 T5 Laetitia Beck Duke 74 73 147 +5
T2 T10 Alejandra Cangrejo Duke 72 77 149 +7
T37 T30 Courtney Ellenbogen Duke 82 75 157 +15

1 2 Team Scores
1 1 Duke 293 292 585 +17
3 2 NC State 301 295 596 +28
2 3 Virginia 300 300 600 +32
4 4 Florida State 306 303 609 +41
6 5 Wake Forest 310 304 614 +46
5 6 North Carolina 308 309 617 +49
9 7 Miami 314 304 618 +50
T7 8 Boston College 311 314 625 +57
T7 9 Maryland 311 321 632 +64

Start Finish Player Team Scores
1 1 Brittany Altomare Virginia 71 70 141 -1
5 2 Lindy Duncan Duke 73 71 144 +2
T6 T3 Leticia Ras-Anderica Miami 74 72 146 +4
T6 T3 Briana Mao Virginia 74 72 146 +4
T6 T5 Celine Boutier Duke 74 73 147 +5
T6 T5 Laetitia Beck Duke 74 73 147 +5
T6 T7 Isabel Southard Boston College 74 74 148 +6
T18 T7 Brittany Marchand NC State 77 71 148 +6
T12 T7 Ana Menendez NC State 76 72 148 +6
T12 T10 Marissa Dodd Wake Forest 76 73 149 +7
T2 T10 Alejandra Cangrejo Duke 72 77 149 +7
T18 T12 Rika Park Miami 77 73 150 +8
T2 T12 Augusta James NC State 72 78 150 +8
T12 14 Olivia Hullert Florida State 76 75 151 +9
T22 15 Katherine Perry North Carolina 78 74 152 +10
T27 T16 Laure Castelain Florida State 79 74 153 +11
T12 T16 Rachael Taylor NC State 76 77 153 +11
T22 T18 Mariana Sims Wake Forest 78 76 154 +12
T2 T18 Elizabeth Mallett North Carolina 72 82 154 +12
T12 T18 Portland Rosen Virginia 76 78 154 +12
T22 T21 Cristina McQuiston Boston College 78 77 155 +13
T18 T21 Alex Milan Florida State 77 78 155 +13
T27 T21 Casey Grice North Carolina 79 76 155 +13
T18 T21 Olafia Kristinsdottir Wake Forest 77 78 155 +13
T6 T21 Carlton Kuhlo Florida State 74 81 155 +13
T12 T26 Juliet Vongphoumy Maryland 76 80 156 +14
T34 T26 Jessica Negron Florida State 80 76 156 +14
T27 T26 Jackie Chang North Carolina 79 77 156 +14
T27 T26 Allison Emrey Wake Forest 79 77 156 +14
T34 T30 Christina Ocampo Miami 80 77 157 +15
T37 T30 Vivian Tsui NC State 82 75 157 +15
T37 T30 Courtney Ellenbogen Duke 82 75 157 +15
T27 T33 Christine Shimel Maryland 79 79 158 +16
T22 T33 Heidi Baek Maryland 78 80 158 +16
T27 35 Katia Joo Boston College 79 80 159 +17
T22 36 Emily Gimpel Maryland 78 82 160 +18
T27 37 Elizabeth Brightwell Virginia 79 82 161 +19
T37 38 Nicole Agnello Virginia 82 80 162 +20
T40 39 Carina Cuculiza Miami 83 82 165 +23
T40 40 Vinh-Hoa Ngo Boston College 83 83 166 +24
T34 T41 Chance Forbes Boston College 80 90 170 +28
44 T41 Greta Lange Wake Forest 84 86 170 +28
T40 43 Maia Schechter North Carolina 83 89 172 +30
T40 T44 Laura Hendee Miami 83 91 174 +32
45 T44 Jessica Gregory Maryland 89 85 174 +32


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